pastitsio


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pastitsio

(pæsˈtɪtsɪəʊ) or

pastitso

n
(Cookery) a Greek dish consisting of minced meat and macaroni topped with béchamel sauce
[C20: from Modern Greek]
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I can still see a young Josh Green rubbing his hands in glee as Kuku walked into the office with a pan of pastitsio.
Here are some tasty examples: Mozzarella Caprese Salad with Balsamic Vinaigrette, Cheesy Spinach Artichoke Dip, Iceberg Wedge Salad with Blue Cheese Dressing, Baked Five-Cheese Ziti, Goat Cheese and Cabbage Tacos, Baked Reuben Braid (at truly majestic, festive dish), Ultimate Grilled Cheese Variations (Three-Cheese, Caprese, and Bacon Cheddar), Pastitsio (Greek Lasagna), and Cream Cheese Stuffed French Toast.
The menu is wealthy in appetizers and small plates and ample for entrees, keying on traditional dishes such as moussaka ($15), pastitsio, spanakorizo or gemista, a preparation in which vegetables are stuffed with rice.
The food line was long, as were the menu choices -- three kinds of souvlaki (kebabs, souvlaki means "on a stick''), pastitsio (a Greek lasagna), moussaka (a layered casserole of eggplant, potatoes, ground beef and bechamel sauce), Greek-style rice pilaf, green beans in a special sauce, loukuniso (a Greek sausage, citrus flavored), and Alethia's favorite, spanakopita.
From Moroccan Style Beef to Greek Pastitsio, this is packed with highly spiced, seasoned delights that rely on ingredients found in any supermarket.
AThis is pastitsio which is made with a bolognesetype mince sauce, pasta tubes, white sauce and greek cheese then baked in the oven like a pasta bake or lasagne.
Many of the festivalgoers are attracted by the Greek food including souvlaki, moussaka, pastitsio, spanakopita, gyros, dolmathes and calamari.
Entrees for the sixth annual event, a fundraiser for the arts organization Free Shakespeare in the Park, includes "Between the Sheets" Eggplant Parmagiano and Cattail Creek Lamb Pastitsio.
A chef in Parisian restaurants, Tselementes modernized moussaka and pastitsio by eliminating Anatolian and Slavic yoghurt, oils, and spices and introducing a floury bechamel identical to a high-calorie 'white sauce' that American nutritionists urged as a meat substitute.
They infused them into their meat and macaroni dishes, for example pastitsio and moussaka, and into their sauces.
Epsilon: Owner Petros Mungridis presents authentic, award-winning Greek fare such as moussaka, pastitsio and dolmades.
I grew up eating all sorts of wonderful food: spanikopita, pastitsio, and baklava from my Greek grandmother; chicken pot pies, biscuits, and cornbread from our housekeeper, who was from the South; blueberry pies, Crab Louis, macaroni and cheese, coq au vin, and duck a l'orange from my eclectic mother, who adored French cooking and the foods of her New England childhood.